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White dial clock


These clocks were my first love when I began to look at clocks in 1975. In the nineteenth century they were made in their thousands for schools, pubs, stations, post offices, government offices and various public places, sometimes referred to as Act of Parliament clocks. This one is a late 19th century one, with a solid mahogany rim, a mahogany-veneered oak salt box and a spun brass bezel. The eight-day going movement has rectangular plates connected by shaped pillars, a chain-fusee and a short pendulum. The iron dial has its original painting.

Movement fully restored.

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